SPID Theatre’s “The Burning Tower” ~ Preview

The award-winning S.P.I.D (Social Political Innovative Direct) Theatre was founded in 1999 by writer Helena Thompson. The Company works with young people on west London council estates to create participatory drama performances using Immersive youth arts to regenerate community spaces. Their work dramatises the heritage and histories of the Capitol’s west London council estates which [...]

[whalesong] Review

Review by Ruby Mendoza-Willcocks XVelastín: [whalesong] Sound designer, Xavier Velastín, otherwise known as ‘XVelastín’, takes centre stage as a solo performer with multiple sounds in his most recent musical endeavour with the Camden Fringe Festival: ‘[whalesong].’ The performance is described as “myths from the ocean” through “a light massage of sound touching the skin.” From [...]

Preview ~ Camden Fringe Festival

The Camden Fringe Festival and What to Expect WHAT IS THE CAMDEN FRINGE? Like myself, I am sure many of you have heard of the Camden Fringe Festival but have never known what it actually involves. Well try not to worry, because this article will help give you an insight into what’s to come. The [...]

“A Girl And A Gun”- A Vaults Theatre Review

~The Vaults Theatre, Waterloo- 16th March 2018~ The premise is...."ALL YOU NEED TO MAKE A MOVIE IS ....A GIRL AND A GUN." The play is written and performed by Brazilian born Diplomat's daughter, Louise Orwin, who is an acclaimed researcher of the truth and is a surrealist theatre maker. The play begins with a male [...]

A GIRL AND A GUN ~PREVIEW

Today sees the return of Louise Orwin's "A Girl And A Gun" for a six performance run during the last week of The Vaults Festival in London. The hit show's premise is based on a quote from New Wave French director, Jean-Luc Godard who famously said about his films, "All I need is a girl and [...]